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Art March 14, 2020
Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres
Aiming to confront audiences with the hidden monstrosities of our age, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art provokes crucial questions.
Art October 19, 2019
Haroon Mirza: The Construction of an Act
In The Construction of an Act, British installation artist Haroon Mirza explores how extraordinary feelings can arise from everyday phenomena.
Art November 23, 2019
The Museum of Contemporary Art’s Cornelia Parker is a testament to the British artist’s vital work, as she contends with the violence and volatility of our times.
Art August 10, 2019
this mob at West Space
With art collectives on the rise, this mob – a group of young blak artists – put their work on display in two Melbourne gallery spaces in a bid to subvert the usual way artists interface with the public.
Culture June 15, 2019
TarraWarra International 2019: The Tangible Trace
The Tangible Trace, the TarraWarra Museum of Art’s new exhibition, has works of subtle beauty, but ultimately asks too few challenging questions of its audience.
Art April 13, 2019
The National 2019
The National successfully unites three cultural institutions in an exhibition interrogating inequality, colonisation and racism.
Art December 15, 2018
Patricia Piccinini & Joy Hester: Through love…
Surprisingly, proximity to Patricia Piccinini’s unsettling hybrid forms brings the darker themes of painter Joy Hester’s work to the fore, in the joint exhibition Through love... at TarraWarra.